Last night in Chicago (7/6), Radiohead reestablished themselves as one of the premiere artistry bands still going. In front of a sold-out crowd at The United Center, they kicked off their North American tour in style. They brought out songs from their 2016 Album, A Moon Shaped Pool, like “Decks Dark,” a song they completely dropped from the rotation after year one of this massive three-year journey. The surprises didn’t end there as they brought back a song that has only been played three times since 1997, “Blow Out,” the last track from Pablo Honey, their 26-year-old debut. Fans can expect more of these moments as the band winds its way across the east coast over the next few weeks, including four nights at New York’s famed Madison Square Garden.